Andrews, Israel Ward, Dd, Lld
Andrews, Israel Ward, D.D., LL.D.
a Congregational minister, was born in Danbury, Connecticut, January 3, 1815; attended Amherst College in 1833-34; was teacher at Danbury, Connecticut, 1834-35; graduated from Williams College in 1837; was teacher in Lee, Massachusetts, 1837-38; tutor and professor of mathematics and natural philosophy in Marietta College, Ohio, 1839-55; ordained in May, 1868; was a corporate member of the A.B.C.F.M. from 1867, and director of the A.H.M.S. from 1864 to 1879. He died at Hartford, April 18, 1888.. Dr. Andrews wrote quite a number of pamphlets, and a Manual of the Constitution (1874, page 374; revised edition, 1887).